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Boxers Ashley Williams and Joseph Cordina have brought Wales's medal tally up to 34 this evening.
Williams won the bronze in the Men's Light Fly boxing after he was beaten by India's Devendro Laishram in the semi-finals.
Cordina also took bronze after losing his bout against Scotland's Charlie Flynn.
Lauren Price has secured Wales's 32nd Commonwealth Games medal in the Women's Middleweight Boxing. She took bronze after losing to Canada's Ariane Fortin in the semi-finals.
Glamorgan's T20 Blast quarter-final against Lancashire at Old Trafford has been rained off this evening. The match will take place tomorrow at 2pm instead.
The start of Glamorgan's match against the Lancashire Lightning in the quarter-final of the NatWest T20 Blast at Manchester's Old Trafford has been delayed following steady rain for most of the day.
Communities were shattered and little of the country was left untouched by the horrors of World War One.
But here in Wales, there are three villages where all the men who served in the trenches safely returned home - and they are known as the 'Thankful Villages'.
Gymnast Georgie Hockenhull has added another medal to Team Wales' collection after finishing third on the balance beam.
Hockenhull finished behind Canada's Elsabeth Black who took Gold and Mary Anne Monckton who took Silver, in a performance that earned her a score of 13.466.
Welsh teammate Elizabeth Beddoe narrowly missed out on a place on the podium finishing fourth.
Hockenhull's medal brings Team Wales' official total to 31- matching their previous record in Manchester. The team are guaranteed at least another three bronzes from boxers Lauren Price, Ashley Williams and Joe Cordina.
Sudden cardiac death - which came to prominence when foootballer Fabrice Muamba suffered a near-fatal heart attack during a game - kills over 600 people under the age of 34 every year.
Now scientists at Cardiff University have identified the faulty gene that causes the condition, giving hope that a cure could be within reach.
Today we spoke to Professor Jeremy Pearson from the British Heart Foundation, who says he is encouraged by the breakthrough.
Team Wales secured its second boxing bronze medal of the day after Nathan Thorley was defeated by Mauritius' Kennedy St Pierre in the 81kg semi-final.
The man from Cardiff struggled throughout the match, with his coaching team throwing in the towel deep into round three.
Welsh interest in the boxing continues this evening, with Lauren Price and Joseph Cordina both in semi-final action at around seven.